HIP, serving the unsheltered and filling a significant need in Petersburg...
The Petersburg Arts Council receives $1,000 from the Petersburg Communication Foundation for the production of a web-based platform for marketing and communication.
The Petersburg Children Center receives $5,300 to replace both the 30-year old gutter and the ramp, improving playground conditions and ensuring that the new ramp lasts.
Petersburg Community Foundation's grant of $1,019 to the Rainforest Festival will make the events accessible to more people and improve the quality of the digital media.
Petersburg Community Foundation's grant of $2,500 supports secondary special education students. This community-based transitional program will allow the students to be entrepreneurs, learn work and life skills, learn business management, and experience the day-to-day functions…
Celebrating Syttende Mai, celebrating the work of our nonprofits, and celebrating the success of the Petersburg Community Foundation grant-making endowment fund!
The Petersburg Community Foundation is pleased to provide financial assistance in support of KFSK's effort to make the radio station fully operational from a remote location.
Over $28 million were distributed statewide in the first two rounds of CNRF, with close to $10 million set for distribution in the third round, which closed October 14. DHSS recognized the need for a…
Petersburg Mental Health Services was awarded a grant for their efforts to help individuals and families meet basic needs, thanks to donors to Petersburg's front line through the AK Can Do campaign.
PCF selected three nonprofits for small basic needs grants. $5,000 was divided equally between the Salvation Army, WAVE and the Mountain View Manor